hiking in Spain

Hiking in Spain

Spain is one of the most popular holiday countries in Europe. Spain has also been a popular destination for hiking trips for years. And that is not surprising, because in addition to a lot of sun, Spain offers you wonderful walking routes through impressive landscapes and villages.

Enjoy the delicious food and the relaxed atmosphere in this country.

Sagra also offers many signposted walking routes.

Spain has a wonderful and good walking climate

During your walking trips through Spain you enjoy pleasant temperatures in both spring and autumn, then it is wonderful to walk in Spain during these periods. During these periods, the temperatures are around 20 degrees. In the summer months it can sometimes be too hot for walking, but then you will certainly find that refreshing sea breeze on the coastline (12 km from Sagra).

Why hike in Spain?

Spain is the second most mountainous country in Europe. About 24% of its surface is more than 1000 meters above sea level. The views are guaranteed.

It is home to a large number of beautiful nature reserves, such as the 15 national parks and the biosphere reserves. In fact, Spain is the country with the second largest biosphere reserves in the world.

Marjal Pego-Oliva Nature Reserve

The Marjal Pego-Olivia nature reserve is 10 kilometers from the B&B. There you can enjoy the wonderful nature, tranquility and environment.

The Marjal Pego-Oliva Nature Reserve is an extensive nature reserve bordered by the Mostalla, Segària and Migdia mountain ranges. This is an old lagoon that is separated from the sea by the vast dunes.

The crystal clear water floods the park and springs all kinds of springs and the Bullent y Molinell rivers, giving rise to spectacular landscapes.